Why is Google indicating different Page Titles in search?

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I have two websites I'm doing SEO for.

The first is for a company called "The Dump Truck." When I search for the website in Google, what it displays in it's search listing, isn't what is actually in the title tag when you open the site. I typically indicate the keywords first, then the name of the site.

Link to site: newbielink:http://thedumptruck.ca/ [nonactive]

Same goes for this new client I just started doing SEO work for:

Link to site: newbielink:http://www.blueskyatblackmountain.ca/ [nonactive]

Why is Google doing this and is it hindering my search results?

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Re: Why is Google indicating different Page Titles in search?
« Reply #1 on: 04-23-2013, 09:25:16 »
It's ok that google makes search results as "it's better for users"

If you want to see your title:
- check if <title> tag exists at all inside <head> tag close to top of it (you do)
- make more relevant title for your request
- make the length under 60 symbols
- possibly in your region google doesn't like | or other separator

provide experiment with it


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